MOHs - Micrographic Surgery

MOHs micrographic surgery is a specialized form of dermatological surgery. In this process the skin cancer is excised and immediately examined under a microscope to ensure complete excision is achieved before closing the wound.

MOHs surgery has the highest reported cure rate and ensures that the smallest amount of healthy skin around the tumour is removed thus enabling a smaller defect (wound) to be repaired compared to normal standard surgery.

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